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The Early Journal Content on JSTOR includes journal articles published in the United States before 1923 and articles published in other countries before 1870, and includes discourse and scholarship in the arts and humanities, economics and politics, and in mathematics and other sciences.
Learn more about the EJC Data bundle on JSTOR, or view the contents of the readme.txt file below.
Welcome to the JSTOR EJC (Early Journal Content) bundle.
Use of the Early Journal Content bundle is subject to the Early Journal Content Specific Terms and Conditions of Use (http://www.jstor.org/page/info/about/policies/terms.jsp#TC2).
For questions about the dataset, or if you notice any problems, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This bundle contains metadata and OCR text (Optical Character Recognition).
In the 'articles' subdirectory, there is one xml file for each article.
Nodes of interest in the xml files are (using xpath to identify nodes):
/article/pubdate: The date the article was initially published.
/article/journalid: The JSTOR internal identifier for the journal that the article was published in. You can view the journal on JSTOR by building a URL (in this case, assume the journalid is 10.2307/j100260) http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j100260
/article/month, /article/day, /article/year: Basically the same data as the pubdate field, just broken into components for convenience.
/article/fpage, /article/lpage: The first and last page that the article spanned in the issue that the article was published in.
/article/id: The internal JSTOR article identifier, just like the journal identifier, this can be used to build a link to the URL. The XML files are named after the article id. For example, article 10.2307/3623910 will be found in 10.2307_3623910.xml, and can be accessed at the URL http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/3623910
/article/journalabbrv: An abbreviated name for the journal.
/article/headid: Often, journals are absorbed by other journals. This is the identifier of the most current journal which absorbed the journal that the article was published in. If the article was initially published in journal A, which was absorbed by journal B, which was absorbed by journal C, headid will be the journalid of journal C.
/article/title: The title of the article.
/article/pagerange: the consolidated version of the fpage and lpage elements.
/article/pages/list-item/: each page of ocr text in order.
/article/languages: The languages present in the article. This list may not be complete or totally accurate.
/article/type: The type of article, this can potentially be types like fla, brv. This is more of an internal JSTOR type identifier than an assessment of the article's content.
/article/journaltitle: The title of the journal in which the article was published.
/article/volume: The volume number of the issue.
/article/authors: The article's authors.
/article/issueid: The JSTOR internal id for the issue, like journal and article ids, this can be used to build a URL to JSTOR. For example, the ID 10.2307/i286087, http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/i286087
/article/issn: The ISSN of the publishing journal.
Please not that some articles may not contain all fields.